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Univision
Sep 7, 2012 6:00pm PDT
virginia, mientras tanto la alerta ha llegado a europa e incluso a la oms, por los 10 mil turista,s por lo que las autoridades no descartan más casos, tenemos un reportaje especial en solo a las 11. >>> el departamento de seguridad pública de marín informó de un murciélago muerto en algunitas, el animal dio positivo de rabia. >>> si usted o alguien estuvo en contacto con el animal llame al departamento de salud de inmediato. >>> las nuevas cifras del departamento del trabajo dicen que el índice de desempleo bajó, pero no fue lo que se esperaba. >>> las buenas noticias es que el índice de desempleo bajó, pero se crearon menos empleos de lo que se esperaba, 96 mil puestos de trabajo fueron creados. >>> se ve un crecimiento de trabajos, un poco menos que el otro mes, pero he visto que en el año 4,6 millones de trabajos que se han hecho no es mal. >>> los recientes datos del departamento del trabajo coincidieron con el informe del consejo de la raza, porque la situación en hispanos no cambia. >>> para los latinos ,por ejemplo, si este mes la tasa fue 5,2. >>> economistas dice
PBS
Sep 8, 2012 1:00am PDT
blame it on the shift to tablet computing. >> tom: he's "n.b.r.'s" longest running market monitor guest and he's been in the bull camp for three years. tonight investech's james stack tells us why he's pulling in his horns. >> susie: that and more tonight on "n.b.r."! >> tom: hiring stalled in august. expectations were for robust job growth last month. but, susie, when the numbers were added up, they fell way short. >> susie: tom, today's disappointing jobs report is fueling speculation the federal reserve will have to step in to further stimulate the economy. here's a closer look at the job numbers: businesses added only 96,000 new jobs to payrolls last month: economists were expecting 125,000. meanwhile, the unemployment rate slipped to 8.1%: down from 8.3% in july. >> susie: but, that decline is not what it seems. we have two reports looking at the labor market and the political reaction to today's job numbers. we begin with erika miller in new york. >> reporter: a drop in the unemployment rate is often a good thing. but not this month. an increasing number of job seekers quit
KRON
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. will be waking up to widespread '50s that will warm up pretty quickly. by noon, 70's in the warmer spots. for the afternoon, ladies and lincecum assemblies for the day at 60s for the coast. morgan hill will be the warmest spot on the map for tomorrow. walnut creek and pleasanton bookings 85. upper 70's for rent and the martinez. slightly cooler along the east bay stores. upper 60s for alameda. we are looking to get to mid-60s for downtown sentences go to mark. low-mid-60's for the coast ended mid-70s as he had for this all along the peninsula. >> the 7 day around the bay shows us similar conditions throughout the weekend and then, things will warm up as mr. the export week getting to the upper 80s inland, mid-upper 70's to the bay and the bid 60s for the coast with a lot of sunshine. for those of you who want to get traffic, news and weather all the time, check out comcast channel 193. >>pam: placer county sheriff's officials a couple used to treat teenagers as their accomplices in a robbery spree that may have spanned several cities. this surveillance camera captured a gang of arm
KOFY
Sep 7, 2012 9:00pm PDT
look for temperatures mainly in the 50's. we'll see upper 40's clover dale santa rosa fog starting off the morning near the coast an even around parts of the bay. it will be a cool start again so you might need an extra layer. but as you look at the water vapor imagery here's what is coming. area of low pressure pulling away that's going to allow the ridge to nudge northward. today we saw sign of that and so the temperatures in many areas came up bay few degrees. tomorrow the warm-up continues. but it's not a mainly warm-up. just shiitely warmer. fog in the morning. fog burns off and pulls away from the coast line after afternoon readings wide range you can see. summertime spread. 60's along the coast. all the way to the 90's inland. if you have plans to head to the monterey bay beaches i do want to caution you about the strong rip current risk. beach hazard statement late tonight through sunday issued by national weather service. for monterey state beach and marina state beach northwest swell that is arriving from a distance could cause those rip current. so just be careful if you
KRON
Sep 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
yet coastal fog. a lot of sunshine drop the week and was 70's along the bay, ladies and even warmer temperatures as we head into the work would appear if future cast 4 set for this hour showing us 60s along the coast of this is for the aids era at looks like we will be waking up to widespread '50s to from morning indicated by the blue-collar odysseys. it is close to warm up quickly. 70's finance. tsk have we are expected mid-60's some are for those of you going to the giants game is going to be sunny and nice. half first pitch will be out one of 5:00 p.m.. half for your 7 day around the bay shows us that things will warm up. >>pam: we're learning more about the hantavirus infections, the deadly disease that has been pinpointed a yosemite national. that's a hot virus cases are linked to tented cabins in the curry village at yosemite. one case originated in another section of yosemite. dan kerman it has more on what you need to know about the virus. >>dan: typically people are infected with hantavirus by exposure to deer mice droppings in year-end. but you do not have to touch the top
ABC
Sep 8, 2012 7:00am EDT
. sticky out there. as points in n the 7070's week long. en all shower activity to the it to the of est. severe storms possible. high winds and hail. temperatures today. a and c cool. of sunsne. temperaturesnly in the mid 0's. stays that wayay next week. >> everything here in texas is a little bit different. the food, the fashion, and now, the speed. texas about to be home to the fastest road in america. check it out. in texas, they say everything is bigger and better. from briskets, to cowboy boots. and now, the lone star state is fastest, too. behind this construction zone lies what will be the fastest highway in america. 41 miles of open road just south of austin. a blazing 85 miles per hour. >> honestly, i think it's a good idea. people go over the speed limit anyways. >> if you can drive, then it's not a bad thing. >> reporter: this texas highway is poised to surpass speeds only seen on germany's auto bonn. the motorists are ready for the extra mphs. >> i have family in san antonio, yeah. the faster, the better. >> reporter: we are driving here in texas. and many of the highways al
SFGTV2
Sep 8, 2012 3:00pm PDT
availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we have learned as law enforcement had to come off of the high perch, in los angeles, law enforcement learned, to their great fortune, that collaboration is the answer. i am going to talk to you about some of the lessons that were learned. i can tell you first that the people -- we have learned lessons from
KRON
Sep 8, 2012 7:00am PDT
gatos. 61 degrees in half moon bay. and in san bruno upper 70's in cupertino. napa, a mid '80s expected in napa with doubt of that francisco fifty's/60s. >> good morning. with a peaceful ending to a missing children. two children are safe three days after their father allegedly abducted them and took them on a wild journey in a stolen yacht. this is video of the reunion. devin and three- year old and arrested their father christopher maffei. coast guard commander don montoro tells kron 4's da lin. "when we came alongside to hand him the radio and the water he said he was willing to help us anyway he could. from that, we asked if we could put the boarding team over and he said yes. we immediately took brooklynn, his four year old daughter onto the small boat and then took her to the boat. the boarding team was on board with him already. the small boat >> sources on the scene at a double homicide in vallejo are telling kron 4's will tran that the 28-year-old police say they are still looking for the gunmen who shot a man and a woman to death in a vallejo residence on thursday, police said
SFGTV
Sep 7, 2012 7:30pm PDT
basically mass thefts by a few people, then do we know their m.r.'s, things people can watch out for? >> sometimes people just leave their keys in their car. sometimes, some cars are easier to steal than others. what i would recommend is having the car alarm or a club or a kill switch. a lot of these auto shops they have different mechanics to prevent car theft. >> and are a lot of the cars, are they rental cars? >> some are rental. i don't know the breakdown, but some are rental. most of the cars that are broken into are rentals. >> ok. you know, thank you for that. i i was interested in some of the statistic you gave but maybe there were more key questions. one had to do with the seniors, 15% of the central area institutes seniors. it seems like that might be high. is that high? a high average when you compare it to the other stations with other districts, police districts? >> i don't have that but i can get it. i don't think -- we're pretty randomly disputed in the city. >> ok. all right. the other -- thank you, the other statistic was the 5,500 calls per officer, or per shift. yo
FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 2:00pm EDT
into this. >> i agree with you on that, labor force participation rate, the low s since 1981, 65.3%. if that's the reality you're dealing with, jason, the case is, if we only do more of the same, then things will turn the corner, and we make progress, we'll turn the corner and if that persuades them-- >> perhaps. the question, to get back to what kim said, those arguments were made at the convention, obama didn't make them in his speech, but they were made by others and the question is, is that good enough or do people need to hear it from the president. but i think particularly in the case about, you know, i was-- i inherited this mess and clinton of course, makes the point strongest, i inherited a mess and haven't had enough time to clean it up and that's the case that romney is making for firing the clin-- clinton said that's holding obama to i am impossibly high standard. >> paul: and i want to listen to elizabeth warren at the convention. >> people feel like the system is rigged against them and here is the painful part. they're right. the system is rigged. look around. oil co
FOX
Sep 7, 2012 10:00pm EDT
over several weddings and other ceremonies in the baltimore region. the... co- founder... of... h&s... bakery ... has... died.../// at... the age... of 93. harry... shack- lows... passed away thursday .... at... his... harbor east... home.../. family... members... said... he... had alzheimer's... for... years.../.harry... moved to baltimore... and... worked for... athens bakery,.../ where... he met... i-si-dore... "steve" paterakis...///. the... two... purchased... "olga and son"... bakery... in... east baltimore... in 1943.../ and... re-opened... under the name... h&s..../harry... leaves behind... a wife and son.../ . and... 3---grandchildren. 3 synonymous with television and the nfl, how can he not be in? in? whattmakes art a hall of famer? we'll talk with his wiiow and show you why his work off the football field was his real hall of fame work. extreme shoplifting. how one group of teens used a fake badge and a pellet gun to steal from a wal-martt a dust storm of historic size. the damage caused by this wall of stinging sand. 3 football season is here, and the fans look to be in
NBC
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
of [indiscernible] the h stands for harry, the s for steve. it has grown into one of the largest bakeries on the east coast, and it is still family owned and operated. he was 93 years old. voters will decide in november whether to this -- whether to expand the state's gambling program. tv advertisements have bombarded the airwaves, chock full of claims. we have a fact check. >> they make lots of promises. >> the tv advertising war it is costly, contentious, and full of misleading claims. this ad opposes adding a sixth gambling site in the state. >> millions of dollars for new teachers -- >> but there is not an obligation to use the revenue for classrooms. >> and duckling is misleading. -- that is misleading. 48.9% of proceeds and 20% of table game money go to the education trust fund. gambling dollars could replace general fund money earmarked for education, freeing it up to be used for other things. so far, slots revenues have not met anticipations. this is not a budget adoption in 2013. >> thousands of good-paying jobs. >> "we have heard the promise before" is based on a compla
FOX
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
positive for the rest of the team. fox 5's bob barnard has the story. >> reporter: there will be game tonight, dematha playing in annapolis, kickoff in about an hour, but the private catholic school's storied football program has been rocked by scandal resulting in five players, not just handing in their helmets, but their notebooks as well following an alleged indent last weekend in north carolina -- incident last weekend in north caroina. according to the washington post the players in question allegedly hired three women from an escort service and brought them to their hotel room at 5 a.m. this was after a friday night game in durham, north carolina. >> the school first learned of it tuesday afternoon and began an investigation. five students and their families were notified that they would face disciplinary procedures. >> i was a bit surprised. i was really taken a little bit back, you know that, this being a school, catholic school. >> they're boys, they're football players, it's testosterone going. i'm not saying it's right, but to throw them out of school that ain't cool. >> th
FOX
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
tractor-trailer- caught on camera! s all myranda ... stephenn ...is here... the... amazing video - / and... how... the trooper's... 3 doing today! 3 it's hard to believe the trooper survived what can only be describee as a near brush of death! and now he has message for other drivers! back on june 14th... trooper paaid avila was making a traffic stop on interrtate-70 in washington county... when a tractor-trailer driving too close to the shoulder... slammed into his vehicle and phen clipped him! he made it collapsing... anddradioing for help. i guess i heard the rumble strip just before the vehicle came across or came towards me, ttok a quick glance over my shoulder and kind of aw it and thank god. 3 avila's now taking physical therapy foo injuries to his shoulder, back and legs.as for the driver of theetractor- trailer... he was fined for violating the state's move- over law... which sayssdrivers must lower their speed or vver to the left... when they see an emergency vehicle on the shoulder.myranda stephens, fox45 news late edition. towson univeesity... is... rockkd ... by... attemmts
SFGTV
Sep 8, 2012 4:30pm PDT
[spo-erbg/]s, this speakers, this needs to be entirely transparent. we want it based on objective standards. so the idea is to look at the dispatch data, and look at each company's performance in terms of responding to radio dispatch calls, as a percentage of the service that they provide. and providing proportionately more the ability to at least proportionately more of these permits based on that performance. so the higher percentage of radio calls make up the service that you deliver, the higher proportion relative to your size of these permits that we have available. and we would -- we will establish and publish exactly what those criteria are. how basically the algorithm is working to determine whatever number you authorize, if you choose to authorize these, how we would allocate them. >> and will there be a mechanism by which the staff with monitor the performance as it continues on, so if there is not performance standards being met, they can be revoked or something? >> absolutely. the requirements that you all put in place with regard to data-collection and requirements fo
CNBC
Sep 8, 2012 6:00am EDT
think less than 10% of the s&p stocks were not up week over week. i think that's pretty extraordinary. even bad news is treated as understood news because that means the fed is going to step in and dormer as well. >> the market can really do no wrong here. dan says there wasn't a heck of a lot of news. i think that this was the news that everybody was waiting for. i think it was huge. and i do think the broad markets told you that that was the case. >> right. >> the s&p settled on the absolute tick yesterday. and it did exactly the same thing again today. i don't know how much more bullish you can get. there was huge call volume and some pretty speculative names. we're going to talk about bank of america. but the xlf, the financial sector etf, saw five calls trade for every put. five calls trade for every put. incredibly bullish. bunch of call buying. a bunch of bullish ratio spreads. it's huge. >> there was massive call selling today. we saw bank of america byers, morgan stanley buyers. and we saw people coming out of them today in massive size. so it's kind of like, you know, listen
ABC
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> it is a staircase covered r in the twenties -- 1920's. the third level, they found the place where people danced ght away when woodrow on was president. rob plans to have everything from place to music to let hear, plus food and hol. tohere, plus food and alcohol. >> it looks great. >> i don't think we will be back.that far >> it sounds like tomorrow will be pretty interesting. sunset a difference makes. a sunny day again. the humidity is on relenting. our temperature outside now -- that was a great sunset. degrees. the high temperature was 89 grees. in four weeks, the average high nly 74. in gaithersburg, 90. it was feeling like '95 with the humidity. temperatures remain in the 70's. the debt the doppler. hio, there are severe thunderstorm -- look at the doppler. are severeere thunderstorms. for all of the friday night live ohio, withmes in the all of the lights around us, nothing going on. the damage from those storms, over 150 reports of wind damage. is the reason that tomorrow we will be seeing reports of damage and possibly for hail. is our futurecast. tomorrow morning, it wil
WHUT
Sep 8, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. farmers fought for and won control of the land in the 1990's. they built their own houses. the town symbolizes one part of the dream that many spaniards brought, the social europe coexisting with the old conservative traditions. the spanish press has compared it to robin hood. he himself prefers the scottish rebel william wallace. >> i think he was a true revolutionary. he came from the lower class and demanded change for his people. he was defeated, though. >> too well, your voice house winners and losers. -- well, you always have winners and losers. >> it is not in he and his utop politicians need to worry about. it is ordinary spanish people. the die is cast for a fall spanish bailout and the conditions will be no drastic changes to the way people live. their concern is obvious. >> somebody had to do something. there should be more like him. it is a beautiful place. we cannot go on this way with more and more unemployment. this region has so much in its favor but we are coming increasingly poor. >> i do not respect his ideas but i respect him because he is a leader and you h
MSNBC
Sep 8, 2012 12:00pm EDT
the coast. it's interesting to take a look at this tranquil setting here on coney island beach. s because it looks phenomenal. but below the water surface we have threat of rip currents. it's not just here. to goes from maine to miami. the reason why is we have tropical storm leslie churning in the atlantic as that enhances the wave action along the eastern seaseaboard, it will ca the water to pile up in some places. when that water piles up on the shoreline, alex, it doesn't stay anchored there. it has to go back into deeper water. when that occurs at a quick, accelerated rate, it actually cuts a groove right through the sandbar. those grooves cause the water to move very quickly, at times up to eight feet per second. that could knock you off your feet, pull you into deeper water. that's when panic sets in. 80% of all lifeguard rescues have to do with rip currents, and they were very busy yesterday along the jersey shore, in fact, rescuing three people in a short amount of time. people aren't supposed to get in the water today. you see a couple out here. we may have a few rescues
CSPAN
Sep 7, 2012 10:30pm EDT
slide since 2000. the rate of employment today is about the same as it was in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and that despite the enormous influx of women into the work force in the intervening time. . -- intervening time period. real wage growth has been disappointingly slow for american workers for least the past 12 years. for these facts i have very briefly sketched do not add up to a picture of strength. instead they suggest millions of workers lack jobs and the kinds of skills that lead to good jobs. and the shortage of job skills is a source of considerable hardship for individuals and their families. the shortage of qualified workers also presents a challenge to businesses. in d, it means that many of our fellow -- indeed, it means many of our fellow citizens can not contribute as much to our economic vitality as they could. it would seem that job training would be very natural policy response. the federal government supports more than 40 job-training programs. there is a handout out there that i hope you picked up on the way in that has basic information about these programs.
PBS
Sep 7, 2012 8:00pm PDT
democrats have had a hard time through the 1970's and the 1980's and 1990's talking not just about foreign policy but about the military. and in this convention, night after night, hour after hour, it would have been easy to assume that this -- the democratic party had long been the party of military families, veterans, and -- gwen: lots of chants of u.s.a. u.s.a. >> i would have loved to have seen a script earlier and how much was put in the last minute as a reaction to the republicans. gwen: they say they did not change what they planned to do. >> but i have to say when president obama and his people criticized mitt romney for not talking very much about the wars, he doesn't talk very much about the wars. the truth is he throws it in from time to time. he does the appropriate trips to bases and so forth. but never been animating part of his public conversation. he does the speeches. he has to do. but you wouldn't know by listening to him on the campaign trail that we're at war with 08,000 people. >> and not that i expected that he would do it thursday night. and that is acknowled
FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 7:00am PDT
its lowest level since the early 1980's, their wages are barely keeping pace with inflation. >> how are we going to get better, larry. it's only a half hour show. >> how we're going to make it better by getting the unskilled workers skills for. that's how we're' going to make it better. >> brenda: this is the 30th month of job growth and-- >> and we're better off, for people who forget fall of 2008, 2009 we were losing 800,000 jobs a month and gdp was contracting and we were on the brink of financial armageddon. to think that we're not better off, is revisionist history. that's not to say the growth is where we need it to be, but we're in a much better place. >> brenda: gary b, you read something different from the numbers? >> exactly, and i just read the numbers. it's easy for the left to say, oh, my gosh, if obama hadn't stepped in, you know, the world would have ended up in ashes, but we don't know what would have happened if the government didn't do tarp and the stimulus plan. all we have are the numbers and if, when obama took office, as larry mentioned, the real unemployment r
CW
Sep 8, 2012 12:30am EDT
december 31st the... co- founder... of... h&s... bakery ... has... died.../// at... the age....of 93. harry... shack- lows... passed away thuusday ... &p at... his... harbor east... home.../. family... members... said... he... had alzheemer's... &p for... years.../.harry... moved to baltimore... in 1936.../ and... worked ...as... a truck driver... for... athens bakery,.../ where... he met... i-si-dore... "steve" paterakis...///. the... two... purchased... "olga and son"... bakery... in... east baltimore... in 1943.../ and... re-opened... under the name... h&s..../harry... leaves behind... a wife and son.../ . and... 3---grandchildren. 3 3 did a teachhr really mean to call her studeets quote......retarded in a facebook post....it turned into a bad day for the teacher who allegedly went on a tirade online.... it started out as a curriculum night at heritage elementary school in palm beach county....a time meet to discuss the upcoming school year.... but it was the parents that didn't show.....that angered teacher lauren stabile..... she wwites in pprt on her facebook the parents of the seven
KCSMMHZ
Sep 8, 2012 4:30am PDT
sprats have become rare. more and more often, the birds died in vain. since the 1970's, many species have been suffering from the scarcity of food. >> it is quite obvious that the main problem was that the fisheries were intensified, even though the hunting stock was coming down, and that led to the total collapse of the herring stock. >> the consequences of global warming aggravate the seabird problems. the colonies are getting smaller. the population has almost completely disappeared. he has been observing for more than 50 years. a few bird species have multiplied in that time, but the overall situation has deteriorated dramatically. in drilling for oil begins now, food scarcity could be a secondary threat. ocean currents wash an oil spill onto the coast in no time. >> it could simply wipe out the sea bird populations here. you need only a small amount of oil to kill thousands of seabirds. if you are giving priority to increase the speed of using the resources, then we will commence somewhere along the route. >> he wants to keep on fighting so that in the future, puffin's can still
NBC
Sep 8, 2012 8:00am EDT
h&s bakery has passed away. called a pillar of the community, he and his father-in-law opened h&s bakery in 1943. the h stands for harry, the s for steve. bread was made by hand and delivered personally. today h&s bakery has grown into one of the largest bakeries on the east coast and is still family owned and separated. >>> hollywood comes to maryland. you might get a chance to be part of a new show that's being shot in harper county. we'll have details on the casting call coming up. >>> the highest number of school bus violators. what's the school doing to crack down on them? that's next. >>> pretty strong cold front is on the way. pretty strong storms have developed out of that front. we'll be watching it very carefully. here's your weather plus anncr: it'll start out as concrete and steel... but it'll become so much more. a new world-class resort casino in maryland. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed t
CNN
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
bpeech a four years ago. this is a reall s that he needed last night to give us the way forward. i heard mitt romney attacking it. but the most important thing either one of these men can do is tell us the framework. where do you want to take us convention was pretty good.s obama'ore focused than romney's for sure. is. the technical schemaputs in hisr anybody else. this presidentspecifal security, like that. prosaic, rrento say youpaign in poprose. i think that's what swing voters want. >> y's prance a little some sort o ap was that laden was does that number worry all or you thing these new job are going to eliminate any bounce tve been achieved? >> there areg. both the president the economy un live up to his stratospheri expectations and thoughts about himself. this a convention directed at swing votes. pump up the base. it was all about abortion. they'resident of nero booing god. that was a very i don't know if he said anything in his speech that would independents. largely defensive. saying we're not government's the solution to everything. we respect entrepreneurs. we're not anti-bu
FOX Business
Sep 7, 2012 9:00pm EDT
upturn since the 1930's. cheryl: okay. paul and john, i want to listen to something. fox business actually sat down with mitt romney. he passed about the issue. issue number one, jobs and the economy. here is mitt romney's response. >> and of the white house keeps saying economic above the numbers, but if you look over the last several quarters, the last several years, you see a continued pattern which is that we are not creating the jobs that we need to create to put americans back to work. for every net new job created about four people dropped out of the workforce. so we are going in the wrong direction. cheryl: that is the issue here. the fact that the labour participation rate dropped so substantially. people are giving up. to have to go back to the belief in these numbers. can we believe them? and have troubling is it that the labour participation rate is as low as it is now? >> that tell you, this is very troubling. the only reason why the number went down, 368,000 americans, many of whom people out there watching right now know personally are no longer looking for work. in
FOX
Sep 7, 2012 10:00pm EDT
suspect was caught on video following the victim. fox 5's matt ackland spoke with the reverend at the church who was there when it happened. >> reverend sarah beth goodwin says this is the first time something like this has happened in her church, a place known for peace and generosity. she was there as the crime was carried out. even a gun was pointed in her face. you'll remember this video was taken as the victim walked into the church saturday. the suspect comes in right behind him. police say once inside the victim was ordered to the ground, his iphone, cash and other personal property taken. we spoke to reverend goodwin earlier tonight about the robbery. she says she'll speak with her church community this sunday about it. >> we've been lucky. up till now we have not had any kind of an assault like this before. so we'll just talk about it honestly and we will probably be a little bit more vigilant in watching for each other. >> here is surveillance video of the man leaving st. stephen church. he was wearing a mask most of the time. so police understand why it has been so difficul
FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 8:00am PDT
entitis and four million s-corps but the bottom line, that means a lot of small businesses are filing as individuals that means the small businesses would get hit by the tax increases. >> sure, small businesses get hit and that is a higher cost of the doing day-to-day business and that means they will hire less and that is bad news for the economy overall. if you are talking about the notion of economic patriotism. top 10 percent are paying 70 percent of the federal income taxings. would it be 95 percent more fair and half a million americans who are not paying tax are not they patriots. >> they are patriots and we forget those americans are paying taxes not always income taxings. rich, that is not the code we are speaking in. only republicans understand that heavy mumbo, jumo. we don't know from the graduated capitol gains. >> oh, please. >> it was a secret code. >> we know, steve, that the president's plan to raise taxes dramatically . we have two different sets of plans on what to do with taxings. mitt romney said he would lower tax rates on everybody . the president would raise th
SFGTV
Sep 7, 2012 6:30pm PDT
ness ave close to it than s and a market street. we are easily accessible by public transportation. we receive walked in complaints regarding police conduct from the public from 8:00 until 5:00 monday through friday. we also received complaints by telephone, mail, e-mail and fax. you can also file a complaint at your district police station and station personnel will forward it to us. our staff speaks several languages, including cantonese, mandarin, burmese, catalog and spanish. two of our investigators are bilingual in spanish, which is important because the largest number of non-english interviews we conduct our in spanish. four languages other than the ones i previously mentioned, we will obtain the interpretation services. last year, we conducted 28 case intakes in spanish. five in cantonese and one in mandarin. if any of you would like more information this evening, a senior investigator is here in the back to answer any of your questions. it we also have brochures on the table in the back. that concludes my remarks. >> any questions? thank you very much. let's call line item
NBC
Sep 8, 2012 5:00am EDT
-founder of h&s bakery has passed away. called a pillar of the great community. they opened h&s in 1943. the h sfanding for harry, the s for steve fp bread wu made by hand and delivered personally. today h&s bakery is one of the largest bakeries on the east coast. harry stakalos was 93. >>> the morewood city police department is honoring a fallen hero who died from injuries sustained while he was on duty. he was at that time cathedral of for friday's funeral service. >> in a tribute fit for a fallen hero, a motorcade brings the man baltimore city police say always put his life on the line to keep the streets safe. >> say baltimore is a safer city because of his work. >> 44-year-old officer forest taylor died from injuries he suffered from a crash back in february. officer taylor was in route to a call to assist a fellow officer when his cruiser collided with another vehicle. >> and he never really recovered from the accident. he went through a whole series of medical procedures and surgeries and he passed in august. and he's the first officer this year that has died in the line of
CBS
Sep 7, 2012 11:00pm PDT
rebook that went on sale this week under the pen name " mark s. allen " you can see the in the 160 minutes sunday on cbs 5 >>> and out of this world federer lab space shuttle endeavor to soar over the bay area and on its way to its resting place it will take off from the kennedy space center on a boeing 747 it will make 11 of passover several cities including houston the shuttle will be seen over san francisco on september 20th >>> a good opportunity for our kids to see how technology works >>> this represents a symbolic home coming california is worthy of butter's main engines were constructed >>> and never will touch down for good at lax and travel through loss angeles before delivered to the california side center. >>> the super middleweight champ gets ready for the fight of his life andre ward made his way to this afternoon he fine-tuned his body before the big match up reporter julie goodrich shows us how to eat like a champ. >>> olympic gold medalist boxer and bay area native andre ward facing the fight this career against champ jack dawson, the crowd gathered at oakland city
CBS
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
disappointing unemployment report. the dow closed at 13,307. nasdaq and s&p 500 also saw slight gains. the unemployment rate dropped last month but mostly because people gave up looking for a job. alexis christoforous breaks down the numbers. >> u.s. employers added 96,000 jobs in august, 30,000 fewer than expected. the unemployment rate dropped from 8.3%-8.1% but analysts say that is because more people stop looking for work. the number of people have jobs or were actively searching drop to the lowest level since 1981. the stock market which rallied on thursday lost some enthusiasm. traders believe the weak jobs report will motivate the federal reserve to take steps to jump- start the economy. >> the mandate is the employment rate and with it falling to 8.1 percent is still a dismal number >> many americans are avoiding the competitive job market and staying in school or going back for higher degrees. anthony attended a jobs fair in washington d.c. looking for work as a civil engineer while fisher finishing up graduate school >> there are some opportunities but they're more looking for pe
SFGTV
Sep 8, 2012 4:00pm PDT
waiting list and define what the plan s. i will say quickly there is a recession of sorts, the sidewalks do roll up at certain hours on week needs and on the euberissue to explain will your plan is. [ applause ] >> [ reading speakers' names ] dave haly, former medallion holder. i keep thinking that i will write my novell, but i come here and you give me better stuff than i can think of myself. you could give these to people on the west and i'm sure john lozar could give them to individual drivers. basically most of what you are listening to is fiction of one kind or another. it's actually very slow right now and by time these medallions will be in winter and at which case there will be far too many cabs on the streets. there is no reason you should be pushing this forward without talking to mr. hara. i talked to him and indicated he might be putting cabs on the street, but able to do it in a scientific manner rather than the old method of back-door politics. you have really given yourselves a really bad reputation over the last couple of months as an organization that pays no a
SFGTV2
Sep 7, 2012 10:30pm PDT
of the l.b.e.'s and try to make a match for the work we can break down. so we are going to offer a lot of courses there. in fact, one of the things that we started doing on our contracts is we start including professional services community benefits. we are asking consultants what can you do in the work that you perform for the p.u.c. to benefit the communities which we are impacting? we are trying it, and we are going some interesting results. a lot of firms are saying we will volunteer time and training, and some will say we will adopt the school. we are trying to incorporate that to help leverage all the work we are coming to build better communities. there is a lot of stuff going on. we do have hand-outs that we will pass out of all our contracts. it is on our website, and if you have any questions, i am here to answer them. [applause] >> good afternoon. i am edgar lopez with the department of pickup works. as our director mentioned, we are deeply committed to the hiring program. we have the library in construction right now. this is one of our morris successful projects in int
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 4:50pm EDT
communications companies will not deliver. a dented the 1980's, companies they the 1990's, demanded acceleration. they took the money and never build the network once. now they call policy based uprising. they will not make binding commitments. it is time to face reality. it is time to give up the fictions that competition between platforms will insure universal service or freedom of speech. it is time to admit it will not be a sufficient number of well matched rival to protect consumers from abuse or deliver the benefits we normally associate with competition. which starts with a villain the strive to innovate and invest. it is time to recognize the 21st century communications network will not be built without public support. as has been the case with every other national network in our continental economy. it is time that the digital economy provides much greater support for the next-generation of infrastructure. a free ride is over. we have to build the infrastructure and the digital economy has to pay for it. it cannot be at the discretion of the phone company. for they will tak
FOX Business
Sep 8, 2012 1:00am EDT
50 50's split on the legality. i am very confused. >> just agree and it will be okay. john: then i move on. [laughter] the platform is impressed he has created government agencies. the coordinated health care office, through obamacare, center for innovation, primary-care extension program, patients centered outcomes institute institute, a 30 agencies. >> they will be coordinated by the bureau of wtf. [laughter] [laughter] in this pretty clear there were ancient cave men to get away from making a decision. >> democrats have to find other things to talk about a heard about us statewide exchanges but it is still so on popular they have to talk abroad the center for innovation in. >> what to agency and they getting rid of? that is what i am waiting for. >> they will not run office saying this. even the education department to run a break and talked about that. >> people want to get rid of the agency's wobble sides. >> not just tea party groups i also speak to progressive groups there is agreement government is too big. >> but the elite leadership wanted the big your government. they ar
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